SMSTerm is an application that uses the ICQ2000 protocol to present you a shell on your mobile phone which allows you to interact with your computer from any mobile on a GSM network. It runs a shell on a pty, and allows you to directly send commands to the shell through SMS. Minimal authentication is done over SMS before spawning a shell and offering it to the user on the mobile phone. It is very useful for remote administration tasks, or checking out the status of the network, or just to run some small chores on your system while you are away. It uses Expect.pm in the background. SMSTerm also includes a script to send SMS through the ICQ network from the command line to any GSM mobile, and also includes a PHP script to set up a Web->SMS gateway.
AIM Sniff is a utility for monitoring and archiving AIM and MSN messages across a network. It can be used to monitor for cases of harassment or warez trading. It has the ability to do a live dump (actively sniff the network) or read a PCAP file and parse the file for IM messages. You also have the option of dumping the information to a MySQL database or STDOUT. AIM Sniff will also monitor for an IM login and then perform an SMB lookup on the originating computer in order to match NT Domain names with IM login names (handles).
IRC Defender is a Perl program for protecting your IRC network against virus drones, general troublemakers, ban evasion, and attacks. It is fully modular, able to unload and load modules on the fly, and comes with several modules to ban anatoly/fyle virus drones, block unauthorised cgi:irc sites, conduct ctcp version surveys, maintain ctcp version blacklists, and (most importantly) set regexp-based akills.
ptybuffer was designed to get rid of screen/expect constructs to improve stability. It daemonizes programs which need a TTY/PTY to operate. Unix domain sockets then can connect, send lines to the program and receive the output (with history) of the program in real time. It also includes NWNadm, a PHP-based Neverwinter Nights server administration frontend, which includes a demonstration of an easy Web-based command-line shell access to the computer.